Innovating interior living space design through a seating system displaying into a variety of elements, with different features, a strong aesthetic identity, elegant proportions and unrivaled comfort.
Freeman embodies this dual identity: the Freeman “Duvet” elements feature smooth, enveloping lines and extra-soft cushions that, like a warm embrace, induce a feeling of pure relaxation. Freeman “Duvet” combines soothing design elements and especially sophisticated construction details steeped in tradition that evoke classical modern perfection.
The Freeman “Tailor” elements express a different personality, with their more defined shapes and one-piece seats enhanced with top-stitching that accents their graphic nature and contemporary spirit.
The wedding of these two spirits makes it possible to create “multitasking” compositions, with a dynamic air that characterize different moments in the day and different ways of using the sofa. The Freeman seating system deservedly takes center stage in any living space, in which to enjoy the intimacy of family or entertain friends in an elegant, yet informal setting.
The Freeman “Tailor” elements provide a charming alternative with “Wing” backrests and armrests, both featuring clean, light lines thanks to a polyurethane foam-covered structure, in clear contrast to the considerable volume of the seats. The use of “Wing” backrests and armrests adds visual lightness to the compositions created with the “Tailor” elements, making them more dynamic.
The base of the sofa is finished with an elegant, extruded aluminum frame with rounded edges in a glossy light bronze painted finish. The cast aluminum joint fittings located at the corners are a defining detail that lends an air of sophistication to the sofa base.
The sofa is raised off the floor on refined metal feet with a glossy light bronze painted finish for an effect of overall lightness.
The Freeman seating system has a wealth of couture content that strongly reflects the unique expertise the company has acquired over the years.
Notably, the structures of the Freeman “Tailor” elements reveal a complex and sophisticated construction – the various parts in fabric are joined using a bronze color strip of eco-leather with double-stitched detail, which lends the fabric a very original look. The same type of workmanship also characterizes the seatback cushions.
Born in Milan in 1954, Rodolfo Dordoni graduated in architecture in 1979. From 1979 until 1989 he was responsible for the art direction and company image co-ordination of Cappellini International. Rodolfo Dordoni has a vast repertoire in product design typologies, encompassing domestic / contract lamps and furniture, storage systems, kitchens, bathroom accessories, objects, carpets and electrica... More